Vladimir Zlatarsky: On the Balkans distrust between nations is great, but today in a natural way Romanians and Bulgarians get to know one another without mediator

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The book ”The insincere ones” was published in 2018 (photo: Vladimir Mitev)

Interview with the researcher from the Institute for Research of History at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences about his book “The insincere ones”, which researches the relations between Romania, Bulgaria, Germany and Austro-Hungary on the eve of World War I and about the Romanian-Bulgarian relations today

Vladimir Mitev

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Vladimir Zlatarsky (photo: Vladimir Zlatarsky)

Associate professor doctor Vladimir Zlatarsky is a researcher at the Institute for Research of History at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. He studies the history of Bulgaria from the end of the 19th century until the middle of the 20th century through the prism of the international relations. He is a specialist in history of Bulgarian-German and Bulgarian-Austrian relations and in Balkan Studies. He is the author of the monographs “The Reich and the Kingdom. The German presence in Bulgaria (1933-1940) (published in 2014) and “The insincere ones. Bulgaria, Romania and the Central Forces (1913-1914) (published in 2018).

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